crossbread oil for holsters?

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  1. slind

    slind
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    i have a super tuck crossbread holster and it is new to me and very new. it did come with papers. i am not original owner. but reading the paper work it says to oil it every few months. so I have no idea on oil?... it did not mention what type or anythingl. just a high qualitity leather oil... so many out there. anyone have any pointers. please thanks
     
  2. 2gr8dgs

    2gr8dgs
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    A little bit of neatsfoot oil is what you want.
     
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  3. NUCLEARMJ

    NUCLEARMJ
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    I've had a crossbreed for a few years, didn't realize they where supposed to be oiled. Would this help quiet it down? Mine squeaks and creaks everywhere.
     
  4. slind

    slind
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    ok thanks, i will get some. i take it both inside and out get the oil. and yes i hope it stops the squeaking:)
     
  5. Nitro 54

    Nitro 54
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    I wouldn't oil the side that goes against your body, unless you want soft messy skin. ;)
     
  6. 2gr8dgs

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    I dipped a Q-tip & rubbed around the area the screws go through & behind the metal clips. it took a couple applications, but mine quieted right down.
     
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  7. IheartGUNS

    IheartGUNS
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    I find ballistol works good on leather.
     

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